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sweet-sour-tofu-ravioli recipe

Date: Sat, 13 Sep 1997 20:12:53
From: "Michael M. Rosenblatt" (podtrst@isomedia.com)

Sweet and sour stuffed tofu ravioli

This doesn't take as much time as you think:


1 jar prepared FF sweet and sour sauce
of your choice (it has lots of sugar though)
1/4 cup diced green onions
Prepackaged FF won ton squares
2 packages frozen spinach, or fresh
1 pack of Soy Deli LF tofu
1 grated carrot
2 egg whites or egg substitute
1 TBS soy sauce
2 TBS lemon 

Process the tofu in a food processor. Add the carrot, egg whites
soy sauce, lemon. Process lightly. You can add more water if
the mixture is too gritty. Don't add too much. 

Put the sweet and sour sauce in a sauce pan and add the
diced green onions. Heat thoroughly until the onions
are slightly soft.

Prepare won tons:

Just lay a won ton on the table and put a gob of tofu filling
on it. About a heaping teasponful. Wet another ton ton and just
lay it on top. Seal the edges by just massaging them down. They
seal naturally, because the dough is a glue. Put aside so they
don't stick together, because folks....they will.

You can lightly steam them (use a bamboo steamer, or they
will stick), or just lightly brown them in a non-stick Pam
sprayed pan. DON'T over-cook them, or they will get tough--
although some people adore them like that!


Heat and drain the spinach well. Lay the won-ton ravioli on
the spinach and heat slightly on the plate in the
microwave, with the plate covered to heat thoroughly.

Serve with the sweet and sour sauce. You can make
your own sweet and sour sauce if the store bought
is too sweet. You can do this entire thing in about
a half hour once you get used to it. 

kwovo ovo